Moon manages more than money
By Betty Bean
“When you go fishing, use bait that fish like. … Why don’t you put pizza on your hook? Because fish like worms more than they like pizza. If you want to attract another person or get their attention, think about what that person might like. It’s probably different from your favorite things. People are different from fish. And they are often different from each other, too.”
–June 11 devotional, from “Thoughts are Things,” daily devotional readings for children by David Moon
He grew up in George Wallace’s Alabama and had a picture of Richard Nixon’s Oval Office on the back of his bedroom door. His grandmother dated Wallace’s predecessor governor, Big Jim Folsom, whom Moon describes as “not quite a benevolent dictator, but as honest as you could be as an executive politician in the South in the 1950s.”
He remembers crying the day Nixon resigned.